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How do i enable access to mailmarshal performance counters?

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We are having some issues with delivery times through our mailmarshal server, I want to be able to track performance information relating to  delivery times/number of messages etc,  basically any infoi can track about mailmarshal.

I cant seem to find any metrics relating to mailmarshal, either through going to windows performance monitor and trying to add counters (no mail marshal) or browsing the WMI objects using WMI explorer (no mail marshal!)

I have run a windows resource kit tool called exctrlst that tells me MMPrfData is enabled, and performance counters are enabled..... but i cant find them anywhere.

We are running MM 6.5.1.7247 on Windows Server 2008 standard.

Any Ideas... ?
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Spoke to Mail Marshal Support and just had to register mmprfmon.dll
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